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Carla Renee Timmons

Carla Renee Timmons, 50, of Spokane, Wash., died June 13, 2005, at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane.Carla was born in Seattle on March 15, 1955, to Jack and Dolores (Baasch) Timmons. Carla was raised and educated in the Seattle-Renton area. After graduating from high school, she became a licensed beautician. She worked as a beautician for a number of years and then changed professions and became a nanny. Carla also traveled extensively to California and throughout the United States, and also to Europe. She lived in San Francisco for a number of years and managed a health spa.She worked for OSM Delivery Service in Carbondale from 1997 until returning to Spokane in 2002. She was employed at ASC Machine Tools in Spokane until her death.Carla’s loved her family, her cat, Booky, and her friends. She also enjoyed traveling, laughing and loving life.Carla is survived by her brother, Jeffrey. Her extended family includes the McGriffs and their children, of Spokane; uncles Edward, Elvin, Marvin and Jim Baasch; aunt Mary (John) Pincipe; Audrey Orosco; and cousin Janet Principe, owner of OSM Deliver LLC.Carla’s remains will be laid to rest later this summer in Wapato, Wash., with a family graveside service.Carla befriended and endeared herself to many people while she lived in the Roaring Fork Valley. She enriched many lives here with her unexpected wit and humor. She loved life, she loved to laugh and to make others laugh.Carla befriended and endeared herself to many people while she lived in the Roaring Fork Valley. She enriched many lives here with her unexpected wit and humor. She loved life, she loved to laugh and to make others laugh.


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